Athlon64

j2satx
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I am running an Athlon64 3200+ with WXP.

I continually get: "Message from server: no work sent (reached daily quota of 1 results).

What is the issue?

Thanks.

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Athlon64

I am running an Athlon64 3200+ with WXP.

I continually get: "Message from server: no work sent (reached daily quota of 1 results).

What is the issue?

Thanks.

So far your machine produced _only_ errors.

http://einsteinathome.org/host/210184/tasks

j2satx
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What do you recommend? It

What do you recommend?

It runs "predictor@home" 24/7 with no issue.

Thanks.

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Your error is "There are no

Message 11624 in response to message 11623

Your error is "There are no child processes to wait for. (0x80)"

Never seen that message before..
Maybe somebody knows what's going on.


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Your error is "There are no

Message 11625 in response to message 11624

Your error is "There are no child processes to wait for. (0x80)"

Never seen that message before..
Maybe somebody knows what's going on.

Who knows ...
http://bbugs.axpr.net/bug.php?op=show&bugid=181&pos=3

@j2satx: Did you start the screen saver?

j2satx
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No. I never start or run

No. I never start or run screen savers on any BOINC project.

Thanks.

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"I am running an Athlon64

"I am running an Athlon64 3200+ with WXP."

j2satx; Your list of computers shows me that your farm has one A64 rig with Win 2000 sp4. The XP rig is a hagged out intel 450. I applaud your preference for no screensavers. Are you using cool and quiet? All your results show errors. How many versions of Boinc are on your A64? You might want to do an uninstall, a clean reinstall, and reattach.

Regards-tweakster

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I agree with Tweakster.

Message 11628 in response to message 11623

I agree with Tweakster. Uninstall Boinc on your Athlon64 3200+. Reinstall Boinc. You shouldn't loose any of your work in progress for any of your projects as long as you don't delete the BOINC folder. You should then try to reset the Einstein@Home project from the projects tab. See if this works for you.

Are you overclocking at all?

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Oops....forgot I removed WXP

Oops....forgot I removed WXP when I upgraded to the Athlon64. I much prefer W2K for all but my laptops.

Using 4.19 and only one instance......don't like the newer versions yet.

To my knowledge, I'm not using "cool n quiet".

Only running predictor and Einstein.........nothing else....the computer is just a playtoy so far.

I will uninstall BOINC and reinstall as has been recommended.

Thanks for the advice.

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I uninstalled BOINC, then

I uninstalled BOINC, then reinstalled.

Einstein still did not appear to work.

I deleted the BOINC sub-directory and reinstalled BOINC. Einstein had seven computational errors and will not download any more WUs for awhile.

Predictor started working perfectly again as usual.

Any other thoughts?

Thanks.

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If you deleted the BOINC

If you deleted the BOINC sub-directory, it would have forced you to re-attach to the Einstein@Home project after you reinstalled BOINC and started it up again. (It also means that you should have had to do the same for Predictor as well.) BOINC should have downloaded fresh versions of the project application and one new Einstein@Home WU (since your host is capped at 1 per day until you return validated results). If that didn't help, then it's not an issue of corrupted files and there's something else wrong...

Overclocked PC? I've seen an overclocked PC run one project perfectly fine, but fail to run another...

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